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The Scott Oakley Trio | This Small Group Plays Short Pieces

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This Small Group Plays Short Pieces

by The Scott Oakley Trio

Piano Bass and Drums Jazz Trio playing Genre Shifting, Strangely Shaped Vertical Structures, and Twisting Rhythms supporting Singing Melody. Not your Broadway Show Type Tunes...
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Blood on the Blade
3:12 album only
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2. Circles in My Cell
2:26 album only
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3. My Turn to Return
3:57 album only
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4. Super Major Seven
4:56 album only
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5. The Lost King Crimson
3:39 album only
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6. Perp Walk
3:57 album only
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7. Takin' Names
4:46 album only
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8. We Ride
2:57 album only
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9. Bright Day Falling
2:37 album only
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10. Stealth
4:01 album only
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11. Cold Sharp Blade
3:37 album only
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12. Locked in the Closet
3:26 album only
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13. Banacos Among Us
3:24 album only
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14. Darker Shades of Grayscale
3:02 album only
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15. Glass Groove
4:24 album only
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16. Goodbye When
4:10 album only
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17. Your Inner Voices
3:34 album only
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18. Slowly I Turned
2:44 album only
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19. Marley Jazz
2:34 album only
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20. Cat O Nine Lives
3:03 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Yep, each of these twenty tunes is hand crafted by Mr. Oakley, always with a memorable melody in mind. Do you like melody? Of course you do! You just haven't heard many good ones in the last twenty years. Place these on top of irregular linear punctuation and bending chordal configurations and the sum is likeable, hummable, tap footable songs with interesting names. Sometimes the titles are dark, or friendly, or barrio.
But there is little stuff like this out there today.
Hope you enjoy!
Scott

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